Our Permaculture Design Course (PDC) is divided into 10-weekend modules, held over a 12-month period, and offers education through a range of hands-on and theory-based learning.
We have lined up some great places to visit, interact and learn from.
Plus we have a wealth of information to share through presentations, handouts, dialogue and design tools.
Below are the dates and topics that we will cover in this course.
- September 18-19: Module 1: Permaculture Philosophy, Design & Patterns
- October 16-17: Module 2: Water & Soil
- November 19-20: Module 3: Growing Soil & Plants
- February 19-20: Module 4: Integrated Growing Systems
- March 19-20: Module 5: Designing for Regeneration
- April 16-17: Module 6: Built Environment
- May 21-22: Module 7: Invisible Structures
- June 18-19: Module 8: Cultural Strengthening
- July 16-17: Module 9: Design Project
- August 20-21: Module 10: Presentation
The PDC can be achieved at your own pace. This can allow you to obtain your certificate in one-year or over a number of years.
This allows time to see permaculture through the seasons and to absorb the knowledge fully, to make accessing permaculture information and certification easier for those who have full-time work and family life.
$1800 – Full PDC of 20 days – payment plans are available, contact us for further details.
This course has been designed as a full Permaculture Design Certificate, though we have made available options to join a weekend session without attending the whole course. Pick and chose the topics that are relevant to you.
These options to join us will be available from August, and early registration is advised to guarantee a space, as limited tickets are available.
These sessions are:
- $220 – 2-day weekend ticket
- $115 – 1-day ticket
For more information visit our website to read more about the course or email Lillee Star on website below.
Our aim is to share valuable design systems, and tools that can be used to help communities transition into a future with clean water, safe and abundant food, renewable energy and resources, healthy watersheds, and prosperous people and ecosystems. Permaculture is the harmonious integration of landscape and people — providing their food, energy, shelter, and other material and non-material needs in a sustainable way.